It is great to hear about more cycling infrastructure in Sydney.
In April, a network of strategic cycle paths across parts of eastern Sydney was revealed in a NSW government plan to complete missing connections and link suburbs, to encourage more people to ride.
The draft blueprint includes 30 strategic cycleway corridors which totals about 250 kilometres across Sydney spanning an area from the northern beaches to Sutherland and Olympic Park.
Meanwhile in the CBD, work is underway to make the Pitt St pop-up lane permanent and the cycleway on King St (between Pitt St and Phillip St) is progressing. The reinstatement of the College St cycleway will start within weeks and the Oxford St to Liverpool St cycleway has been approved.
We love what this means for commuting across Sydney and look forward to genuine bike transport infrastructure.